Pressure Reducing Regulators from Equilibar

Pressure Reducing Regulators Air and inert gases

Pressure Reducing Regulators are the most common type of regulator. They reduce an unregulated inlet pressure to the desired regulated outlet pressure ( learn more).

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Pressure Reducing Regulators
Low Pressure Regulator - Model 41 - Medium and High Flow Rates 0 – 0.7 psig
to
0 – 5 psig
High Flow Low Pressure Regulators
For air and inert gases

  • High Accuracy
  • Superior Sensitivity
  • Light Weight
  • Compact Size
  • Many Available Options

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Equilibar Pressure Reducing Regulator 0.25 – 7 in WC
to
1 – 28 in WC
LPR2: Ultra Low Pressure Regulator

  • Lowest pressure range available in its class
  • For low-flow or no-flow applications only
  • Extremely sensitive and stable
  • For air and inert gases*

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Model 10 Pressure Reducing Regulator 0 – 2 psig
to
5 – 400 psig
 Model 10 Pressure Regulator for Medium Pressures

  • Wide range of pressures available
  • Economical
  • More rugged construction than other regulators in it’s class

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Series-3000-High-Pressure-Regulator 5-250 psig
up to
100-10,000 psig
Series 3000: High Pressure Gas Regulators

  • Low flow for precision laboratory & research applications
  • Self-venting through bonnet for convenient pressure control
  • Wide range of pressures, up to 10,000 psig
  • In stock for quick delivery

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Proportion Air Electronic Pressure Regulator 0-0.3 psi
up to
0-1000 psi
0 to 40 scfm
Proportion-Air Electronic Pressure Regulators

  • Tight pressure control to 0.25% accuracy
  • Control using internal and/or external sensors
  • Easy computer automation of process pressure
  • Command input: 4-20 mA or 0-10 VDC
  • Serial DeviceNet also available

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* Note: All regulators listed are designed for Air service and have a small but significant weep to the atmosphere (see brochure for details). Customers may consider adapting one of these air regulators for inert gas service provided they deploy the devices in a well ventillated space and are technically competent to analyze all the potential risks associated with the installation.